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Leading professional association for Australian yoga teachers, the YA sets high standards for membership. Teachers are required to continue their professional development to maintain memberships, ensuring the highest quality of services are provided. Find teachers all around Australia.
New association of yoga therapists, who are yoga teachers or health practitioners who have further training in using yoga as a therapy.
Find a Yoga Class, Workshop or Teacher in Australia: A searchable database listing yoga classes, yoga retreats, yoga workshops, and yoga teachers in Australia, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Canberra, Adelaide, and Brisbane
Yoga classes at various locations throughout Brisbane — pregnancy yoga and classes for mums and growing bubs following birth. Founder Suzanne Swan also offers parenting related workshops and specialized teacher training.
Find out about meditation in the Insight tradition. Includes information regarding retreats and meditation groups throughout Australia.
The Brisbane ACT Centre is Queensland’s centre of excellence in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Centrally based in Milton, they are a partnership of expert Brisbane psychologists, psychiatrists and therapists working to help their clients achieve their goals through ACT – modern CBT plus mindfulness skills. Their team has deep and broad experience treating anxiety, depression, perinatal, adolescence, psychosis, indeed all psychological issues using an effective, solidly evidence based approach. They focus on learning what you really care about, helping you take more purposeful life steps each day. Their counselling emphasises effective, valued action. The Brisbane ACT Centre has therapists available now. Get in touch today to start your journey to a more vital tomorrow.
Brisbane based psychologist Neli Martin is a fellow yoga teacher and psychologist. She has extensive training in using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and offers this in 1-1 and group sessions.
Nice site of a physiotherapist/ yoga teacher in Canada. Lots of fantastic resources about chronic pain. Hope to make contact with this like minded soul soon.
For the physiotherapist with an interest in pain, the work and workshops of NOI contribute a valuable base that informs the work of YogaPhysio. You can purchase books – “Explain Pain” by David Butler and Lorimer Moseley & Lorimer’s new book – “Painful Yarns” from this site.
An informative and provocative website. This UK based association lead the physiotherapeutic side of pain management in the UK. Providing superb training for physiotherapists in pain management it worth the journey to the UK to do any of their training. Another huge source of influence and support to YogaPhysio.
www.iasp-pain.org & www.apsoc.org.au
The International Association for the Study of Pain and the Australian Pain Society provide a huge information base for the medical folk that want to date with the scientific side.
www.actmindfully.com.au & www.contextualpsychology.org
A significant influence underpinning Tam’s approach to the management of chronic pain. Acceptance and Commitment therapy encourages acceptance of what is not changeable and commitment to living a full life, despite obstacles, in accordance with your values.
Beyondblue is a national, independent, not-for-profit organisation working to address issues associated with depression, anxiety and related substance misuse disorders in Australia.
Really, really good and often comical portayal of current evidence base on pain and injury. Essential viewing for anyone that has a body.